Swingline Executive Stapler

20 Sheets Capacity - 210 Staples Capacity - 1/4" Staple Size - Black

Reg. Price $46.10

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Executive Desk Stapler features a durable, all-metal die-cast body and inner rail for jam-resistant stability. Recessed anvil rotates for pinning or stapling. Design also includes a fully padded rubber base, a positive tacking latch, and an easy-view staple supply indicator. Stapler fastens up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper with S.F. 4 Premium Staples.

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ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Product Type
Desktop Stapler
Staple Size
Strip Length
Staple Capacity
210 Staples
Throat Depth
Paper - Tacking
Anti Jamming
Weight (Approximate)
1.25 lb
Limited Warranty


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Swingline Executive Stapler

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sticks and does not fully staple

By lilredneck

from Augusta, GA, USA

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

I am so aggravated with this stapler. I know Swingline is a good company but this is the second one that hangs up, jams up and doesnt completely staple.


my go to device

By debi

from Denver, CO, USA

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

The Swingline Prem.Commercial Stapler is so dependable...In over 40 years, I still have the first one that I purchased and it works as well as ever! I have purchased others for my kids as they went off to college and the only time I know of any replacement, is because the one they had had been "borrowed" or lost


This Swingline premium commercial stapler get the papers staple on the first time

By hn368

from Carmichael, Ca

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

There is no waste of staples using this stapler...


Really gets the job done.

By gmforbes

from Port Orchard, Wa, USA

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

This stapler gets through all the pages. It is reliable use after use.


Swingline Stapler - Very reliable . . .

By Anonymous

from Nashville, TN

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

I chose to review the stapler because the Swingline stapler is heavy duty and staples perfectly just about everytime. There is nothing like having staple holes in your paper because the stapler didn't staple, as it was intended. I have also found the staples to be among the sharpest ones that I have used. We have tried to cut cost and use a lesser quality staple and you waste more than you save. Defintely, now only use Swingline staples.


Awesome Stapler

By Laur

from Pueblo West, CO

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

I have had my stapler for many years, and have tried others. No other stapler has held up as well, or performed consistently through the years as this one has.


It just works - all the time.

By Bruce627

from Toronto, ON, Canada

Comments about Swingline Executive Stapler:

The lowly office stapler is something I never even think about - which is perfect. Insert the paper and push, or pick it up and squeeze - usually in a hurry and not too carefully. No problem, the thing just staples.... forever, in saeculo saeculorum, world without end, and it lasts a long time too. If every other piece of equipment in the document production chain worked as reliably, say the computer, the printer, even the mouse! I'd be way ahead. If something so mundane and unglamorous can be called perfect, then this stapler merits the adjective.

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